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Rathausgalerien

When the Rathausgalerien town hall and shopping mall opened in 2002, the city's administrative centre had undergone an exciting face-lift. As you stroll into Rathausgalerien through the main entrance on Maria Theresien Street, you find a stylish mall with an exciting array of shops featuring sophisticated women’s and men’s wear, cool garb for young fashionistas, shoes, jewellery and sports clothes alongside hip home accessories and quirky gift ideas. There is also a Müller store that stocks pretty much everything, from stationery goods to cosmetics. You’ll also be tempted to take a culinary break at one of the inviting street-level bars and restaurants.
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Kaufhaus Tyrol

Kaufhaus Tyrol

Right on the opposite side of the street beckons the elegant Kaufhaus Tyrol, another inner-city shopper’s dream come true. The building owes its striking exterior design as well as its exclusive, clear-cut interior appearance to a team of architects working with David Chipperfield. Covering a surface of more than 30,000m², this singular retail experience is enhanced by luminous daylight channelled in through the mall’s glass roof and large windows. Rising up from the bustling atrium in the centre of the building are airy, oval walkways that invite you to browse, explore and shop to your heart’s content. Although, it may not be that easy to take your pick, as shops stock fabulously fashionable men’s, women’s and children’s wear with prestigious brand names and exclusive cosmetics, alongside an exciting array of fashion accessories and beautiful things for your home.
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Sillpark

Sillpark

When it opened its doors back in 1990, ‘Sillpark’ was the first modern shopping mall in the centre of town. Conveniently located near Innsbruck’s main railway station, the wonderfully spacious, three-level complex saw large-scale extension works in 2007. Today it scores with an impressive array of international fashion outlets such as Primark, as well as jewellery shops, cosmetics retailers and, of course, ample seating space to relax and refresh. Another highlight are the delicious regional specialities on offer at the popular farmer’s market which takes place regularly in the main entrance hall.
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DEZ

DEZ

It was the first, and still is the largest of its kind: Innsbruck’s time-honoured dez shopping centre was the first mall in all of Austria when it opened its doors in 1970. Go there and ‘shop till you drop’, or simply browse the array of stores on offer and watch the world go by over a frothy cup of coffee. On a sprawling retail floor space of 24,800 m² there’s absolutely everything you could wish for - including fashion apparel for all the family, trendy gear for teenagers as well as accessories such as shoes, jewellery, bags …In addition to the dez main complex, the surrounding grounds have turned into a vast, one-stop shopping haven featuring a multitude of different stores, among them Swedish furniture giant Ikea.
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Shopping center west

Shopping center west

The west of the city also makes shopping hearts beat faster: the "west" shopping centre with its open and glass-friendly architecture is not only a great place to stroll and stroll, but also for learning and further education - because the building houses a school as well as a colourful variety of shops. Openness is therefore not only expressed architecturally, but also realised as a place of encounter. Those who want to treat themselves to culinary delights in between can draw from a varied range of international cuisine. Thanks to the excellent public transport connections, there is no need for a car, as the IVB tram lines 2 and 5 stop directly in front of the shopping centre.
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Petera

Petera just like its sister store Theresa on Sparkassenplatz square, stock the latest fashion trends by top designers such as Victoria Beckham Denim, Save the Queen, or Velvet. Another time-honoured household name on the local fashion front is Zelger ladies fashion on Innsbruck’s bustling Maria Theresien Street. Besides featuring major glamourous designer labels, Zelger is also a first port of call for exclusive evening wear. The new Hugo Boss store in Maria Theresien Street has brought to town an extensive selection of stylish, sophisticated and elegant ladies and men’s clothing items.
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